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Unto You All

written by: Poe Eternal

@PoeEternal

 

Unto you all
Magnitudes of joy
Winners must stand tall
Alone sometimes we wait
With the wrong key
At the right gate
Sometimes beneath the brush
A silent memory echoes
a vain, disordered look
a widower, an ache
Promise not to wake her
In her slumber,
Sleep vacant-
but not far from reach
Gratitude for the worthy
Who are these men who call to order?
Vessels of empty breeders
a love for them I may not harbor
Lonely, ghost child
Who are you searching for?
Who are your brothers?
Be gone troubled tomorrows!
Doubts are but demons
Cast iron freemen
Willing to set aside fate
Look at her
her soft skin
Her willingness
to let him in

-Fin-

(c)Delia Ross

 

Poe Eternal (Delia Ross)

Poe Eternal (Delia Ross)

I live and breathe poetry. I'm obsessed with the universe and I was a candidate with Mars One (whom are sending people to live on Mars). I spent 15 years in the United States Army and I'm a war vet. I have my BS in Psychology.
Some people want diamonds
While others want cars
I want a galaxy named after me
And my footprint on Mars
Poe Eternal (Delia Ross)

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